Many Christian therapists emphasize sin at the expense of grace---or vice versa. George Fox University professor of psychology Mark R.McMinn believes there's a place for both in the counseling process. After examining each element separately he discusses them together, then devotes particular attention to the functional, structural, and relational domains. Pastors, counselors, and students will welcome this companion to Integrative Psychotherapy.
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